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Most students are familiar with the use of antibiotics and antibacterial products; most have heard in various contexts about the problem of bacterial populations becoming resistant to antibiotics over time. We used this example, relevant to everyday life, to guide students to uncover the complexity of the underlying biological mechanism, and to "see" how the evolution principles they have learned are interconnected and apply to a specific case.

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    Evolution,Higher Education,NSDL_SetSpec_380601,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20100502201012696T,Undergraduate (Lower Division),Microbiology,Vocational/Professional Development Education,Life Science,NSDL

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